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Comparing participants and nonparticipants in the home health prospective payment demonstration : do their differences affect our view of the evaluation results? : final report


Published 2001
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In folder: Prospective Payment Demonstration for Medicare Home Health / March 2001 / #500-94-0062

"March 2001."

"Contract no.: 500-94-0062; MPR reference no.: 8246-112."

"Submitted to: Health Care Financing Administration; project officer: Ann Meadow; submitted by Mathematica Policy Research, Inc.; project director: Valerie Cheh; principal investigators: Randall Brown, Barbara Phillips."

Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services R & D projects database: tracking job number 128

"Project title: Evaluation of Phase II of the Home Health Agency prospective payment demonstration; Awardee: Mathematica Policy Research; Project officer: Ann Meadow; Principal investigator: Valerie Cheh; Funding level: 4013874; Start date: 9/30/94; End date: 04/30/01; Project description: This contract is evaluating Phase II of the Home Health Agency (HHA) prospective payment demonstration, under which HHA's are paid on a prospective basis for an episode of care reimbursed by the Medicare program. Phase I tested per visit prospective payments"--Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services R & D projects database PDF tracking form

Includes bibliographical references (leaf 40)


Publisher Princeton, NJ : Mathematica Policy Research, Inc.
Year 2001
Pages 114
Possible copyright status The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Library is unaware of any copyright restrictions for this item.
Language English
Digitizing sponsor Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Library
Book contributor Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Library
Collection cmslibrary; fedlink; americana
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